Last year we did not make it for our annual lunch at Disney Springs so this year we couldn’t miss it. We knew it would be crazy crowded (and it was later in the day) so we got there early to walk around before lunch.The above statues are made out of Leggos and there’s always a line to get in that store.
All of Disney was decorated for Christmas this week.
After lunch we decided to try something different. We didn’t want to go to a theme park but instead hopped on a bus to a hotel and then rode the monorail to several of the nice hotels to walk around and look at the holiday decorations at each one. I didn’t really notice the decorations at the Polynesian Resort but I thought this statue above was really cool and it had beautiful orchids all around it.
We could see the Grand Floridian across the lake and decided this would be our next stop on the monorail ride.
The lobby at the Grand Floridian was beautiful. They have a large lifesize house made out of gingerbread and candy. The details were incredible. There were people standing in the back of the house selling gingerbread cookies. That’s how big it was.
All of the details at this hotel are perfect. Down to the wreaths hanging in the lobby.
We headed back to our car at Disney Springs and stopped at a french pastry shop to get some desserts to take home.
After a long day of walking around, we got back into Tampa as the sun was going down behind the buildings downtown. My sister snapped this with my phone. I love the reflection on the hood.
Looks like a great low stress way to do the Disney area. I love the decorations.
What a fun way to spend the day. The decorations are amazing!